"Whistler" "Whistler"
"Warming Up" "Warming Up"
"Winter Wonderlust" "Winter Wonderlust"
"Early Snow in Cottonwoods" "Early Snow in Cottonwoods"
"Whistler""Warming Up""Winter Wonderlust""Early Snow in Cottonwoods"

Whistler

Watercolor

14″ x 11″

Warming Up

Watercolor

13″ x 9″

Winter Wonderlust

Watercolor

14″ x 11″

Early Snow in Cottonwoods

Oil Pastel

13″ x 9″

Robin Miller-Bookhout

Robin’s Joie de vivre and lifelong passion is drawing, painting, and creating art work. Being partial to watercolours (her first love) because of its spontaneity and free spirit, she also enjoys oil pastels, inks, acrylics, and virtually all visual art media. The themes in her artwork resonate God’s creations, preservation of nature, art of the heart and soul as well as still-life and historical buildings.

Art forms such as Sumi-E (the art of Japanese drawing), and gyotaku (Chinese fish painting) are interesting to her because of their historical significance and art medium, India ink. As a result of this fascination with these art forms and their similarity to watercolour, she has developed an enthusiasm for Asian Brush painting.

Robin enjoys plein air experiences, traveling, and photographing places she visits, which later become inspiration in her studio. Her personal watercolours, oil pastels, and other creative endeavors are on exhibit and in private and permanent collections across the country and abroad.

Robin is a member of the Arkansas Pastel Society, Arkansas League of Artists, Mid-Southern Watercolor Society, Slidell Art League and various other art organizations. She has recently been honored as the Master Artist of the Year (2016) by the Slidell Art League and humbled to have won “Best in Show” and other exemplary awards in many art venues. Robin is associated with many on-line artist registries including the ACNMWA and was juried and selected as the Polly Wood Crews Scholarship recipient for 2015 which she was honored to receive.